Hybrid Equity Research
Location: 9 Faculty Road, Durham, NH, United States
Phone: 603-742-7100

E.B. Capital Markets, LLC was founded by Todd Campbell in 2003. 

E.B. Capital Markets' unique approach blends the best of technical and fundamental research.  Our research identifies stocks likely to impact returns.  We comb through over 1800 ... more

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E Small Cap Best And Worst - Thursday, April 27
The average small cap score is 53.40 and over the past four weeks, the score has averaged 51.08.
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E Mid Cap Best And Worst - Wednesday, April 26
The average score for mid cap stocks in our universe is 61.39 and over the past four weeks, the score has averaged 58.80.
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E Top And Bottom Scoring Large Caps - Tuesday, April 25
The average large cap score is 63.13 and the average score over the past four weeks is 61.85. The top large cap sector is technology. Industrials, healthcare, and utilities also score above average.
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E ADRs Best & Worst Report - Monday, April 24
The average score across our ADR universe is 55.19. The score has averaged 53.98 and 54.17 over the past four and eight weeks, respectively.
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E Small Cap Best And Worst - Thursday, April 20
The average small cap score is 47.46 and over the past four weeks, the score has averaged 50.12.
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E Best And Worst Mid Cap - Wednesday, April 19
The average score for mid cap stocks in our universe is 54.39 and the scores averaged 57.43 over the past four weeks.
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Small Cap Best & Worst - Turkey Day Edition
1 year ago

Thanks for your question. Our small cap ranking includes companies with market caps at inclusion that were below 2 billion and includes ADRs, such as the ones you mention. It is a small cap, rather than a U.S. domestic, report. Our ADR report is issued every Monday. Our large cap report is issued on Tuesday. Our mid cap report on Wednesday. And our small cap report is issued on Thursday. The report is generated from a portfolio of more than 1,700 equities and includes virtually all the institutional quality names portfolio managers tend to traffic in. Additional insight into the methodology is available at www.ebcapitalmarkets.com, including a podcast overview.

ADRs Best & Worst Report - November 23, 2015
1 year ago

Thanks for your questions. The ADR universe is primarily based on the components of the MSCI EAFE index. Additional names, including those in Canada, have been added at the request of our institutional client base. Many former ADRs became OTC to avoid regulatory compliance post Sarbanes Oxley. Sector allocation is based on common industry practice (aerospace fall into defense, carmakers fall into consumer, etc). You can see this evidenced by other sites, including Yahoo!Finance, that get their feeds from industry service providers, such as Capital IQ. For consistency purposes, companies are (generally) allocated to the country they are incorporated in (ie. Bermuda).

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E.B. Capital Markets
2003 - Present (14 years 6 months)
In 2003, Todd Campbell founded E.B. Capital Markets, LLC and developed a hybrid model for equity research. In addressing why stocks rise and fall, E. B. Capital's model combines key technical, fundamental and seasonality datasets. Mr. Campbell has spent more than a decade advising 100's of portfolio managers on equity asset allocation, has appeared on the CNN/FN financial news network and has been often quoted in print, including SmartMoney, The New York Times, and Barron's. Mr. Campbell is the

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University of New Hampshire
B.A.
1988 / 1992
English, Economics, Business Administration, Psychology.

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Your Guide to Better Stock Picks
Todd Campbell
Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
05/01/2011
If you’re like many, the past few years have challenged a lot of what you thought you knew about investing. Maybe you have an online trading account, or perhaps a broker, and you’ve got money ready to invest. But, you got burned trading the market through the recession and now you’re seeing others make money in the markets, despite bad news in the economy. You’ve bought too soon; sold too early or fallen into countless traps, as you’ve tried to make sense of the markets. The one thing you’ve learned over the past three years is it takes more than an e-Trade account and an idea to succeed in the stock market. You need a game plan. But, with thousands of investment ideas and a never-ending flood of information, it’s difficult to know where to start. This book teaches you how to separate the relevant from the irrelevant. It shows you how to take your stock picking to the next level. It teaches you how to retrain your bra